MPNP draw issues 335 ITAs
Manitoba in its MPNP draw issues 335 ITAs.
On Mar 25 Manitoba shared the details of its latest draw where the MPNP draw issues 335 ITAs. Applicants who received an ITA in this draw were selected from the following streams:
- Skilled Workers in Manitoba (SWM)
- 285 ITAs issued.
- Qualifying CRS score set at 423.
- International Education Stream (IES)
- 41 ITAs issued.
- Skilled Workers Overseas (SWO)
- 9 ITAs issued directly under the MPNP Strategic Recruitment Initiative.
- Qualifying CRS score set at 711.
Besides, out of the total 335 ITAs, 49 have been issued to applicants who had a valid Express Entry ID and a Job Seeker Validation Code.
In comparison to the last Mar 11, 2021, MPNP draw, the current draw:
SWM – 24 more ITAs issued and CRS score is low by 36 points.
IES – 6 more ITAs issued.
SWO – 6 more ITAs issued and CRS score is low by 17 points.
Overall, the current draw selected 36 more applicants than the last draw. So, looking at the above figures, we can see that Manitoba is under the effect of positive Canada immigration trends. But what are these trends? The positive Canada immigration trends mean that Canada is selecting a large number of applicants and is lowering the CRS score. So, how does it concern anyone who wants to apply for Canada PR?
If you want to get an ITA then you must either match or have CRS score higher than that shared in a draw. When you have a qualifying CRS score then you will get an Invitation to Apply (ITA). This is a formal invitation from Canada to apply for permanent residence in Canada to IRCC. And when you have a lower CRS score then you can easily qualify for PR.